11 June 1996
| June 11, 1996 (1996-06-11)|
Hiriam Hicks (exec.), Tim "Dawg" Patterson (exec.), Bob Antoine, Stanley Brown, Andre Evans, Reese Johnson, Clark Kent, Benjamin Love, Mr. Sexxx, David "Redhead" Guppy, Joe Wilson
Contemporary R&B, Hip hop soul, Quiet storm
Agape Love Album, Najwieksze przeboje
11-20-79 is the debut studio album from American R&B artist Mona Lisa, released in June 11, 1996, on Island Records. It is named after her date of birth.
The album peaked at thirty-eight on the R&B Albums chart.
"—" denotes releases that did not chart.
Information taken from Allmusic.assistant engineering – Won Allen, Chris Habeck, Mark Nixdorf, Max Vargus
composing – G. Duncan, The Flex, Darren Floyd, D. Guppy, Reese Johnson, Tim "Dawg" Patterson, Darrin Whittington
engineering – Mike Anzelowitz, Chris Barnett, Louis Christian, Jim Janik, Kenny Ortiz, Kieran Walsh
executive production – Hiriam Hicks, Tim "Dawg" Patterson
mastering – Herb Powers
mixing – Chris Barnett, Louis Christian, Russell Elevado, Jim Janik, Kieran Walsh
photography – Eric Johnson
production – Bob Antoine, Stanley Brown, Clark Kent, Andre Evans, Reese Johnson, Benjamin Love, Mr. Sexxx, Tim "Dawg" Patterson, The Red Head, Joe Wilson
vocal arranging – Ali Shaheed Muhammad, Rachel Oden, Trina Powell, Andre Robinson
1Sweet Memories4:3511-20-79 Wikipedia
2Just Wanna Please U4:19
3Where I Wanna Be3:47